Posts Tagged ‘Moon’

What happened to the moon?

Who stole the Moon? In 1010 AD, the Moon vanished, reappearing in 1020. This has baffled scientists. Recently they learned that Japan’s Mt. Asama erupted in 1008 with possibly other eruptions added more volcanic. Very cold weather combined to hide the moon. I am just glad the Goddess Diana wasn’t abducted and held ransom for 10 years (ancient explanation?).

Read Full Post »

Did I discover a planet?

My son Eric took this dawn photo on the Ohio River, just upriver from Louisville on Friday morn, October 16, 2020. I am not up on astronomy–is a planet visible just above the crescent moon?

Read Full Post »

Awe and Remembrance

Awe and Remembrance


The moon is so fat it waddles through swirling mists,

The night is ripe, afraid of nothing, afraid of no one,

Silence slithers over everything, though it is a squeaky, shrieking silence,

The breeze lifts and falls, breaking up against countless rocky shapes.


A scent of long gone fires and smoke wanders by,

As odors creep and crawl and claw over every living thing.

They flit from one shadow to the next shadow,

Getting lost in the jungle of blurs and blobs and blips.


Time halts, perhaps in fear or respect or timidity,

Or perhaps knowing of the fragility of life,

The wobbling of man’s brief years in the stinging sun,

This interlude we call dream time, our best time.


During a full moon, I got up in the middle of the night and wrote this. I take no blame—the shadow self within me is wholly responsible.




Read Full Post »

Now you’ve seen Jupiter!

This Eric Suddeth photo is from 080919. Jupiter is the black body right above the Moon.

Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: